Greenville – 19-year-old Anthony Lawone Lewis, of Greenville and 48-year-old Ronnie Darryle Lewis, of Fort Worth were reportedly two of three people who set a fire or caused an explosion that damaged a residence in July 2010.
Anthony Lewis was arraigned Wednesday. An arraignment date had not been announced for Ronnie Lewis.
Charges, if any, against a third person in the case is still unclear.
Commerce – The segregated past of a Commerce neighborhood and its evolvement through the years is brought to light in the recent premier of the documentary film "The Other Side of the Track."
Separated from the rest of the City by railroad tracks, the Norris Community was established through the creation of a club in 1974. Once called "The Hole," the Norris Community has overcome the challenges of a once segregated society and worked to get residents involved.
Commerce – New ideas continue to emerge as to how to close a projected $9.8 billion budget deficit facing Texas public schools for the next biennium.
Quinlan ISD Superintendent Micheal French, speaking with Commerce ISD Superintendent Blake Cooper on this week's Tiger Talk on KETV Channel 3 in Commerce, says that any scenario will require some use of the rainy day fund. He proposes public education receive about $4 billion of the $9 billion saved.
Greenville – Visitation is Thursday evening at Beaty Funeral Home in Winnsboro for Staff Sgt. Chauncey Mays, whose body arrived in Greenville yesterday as hundreds waved American flags to pay their respects.
Yellow flags also lined the motorcade route, as law enforcement, firefighters, Patriot Guard Riders, family and community members looked on.
Thursday's visitation is from 6-9 p.m. A funeral service with full military honors for Mays is Friday at 2 p.m. at Lake Fork Baptist Church in Alba.